John Cipollina Live at Wheeler Auditorium on 1983-03-18
01. Trouble In Mind
02. Why I Can't Cross Over
03. Eight Day Clock
04. Mama Lion
05. Herpes Blues
06. Run Out Of West
07. Six Weeks In Reno
08. Down In The Bottom
Collection JohnCipollinaBand/Artist John CipollinaVenue Wheeler AuditoriumLocation Berkeley, CASource SBDLineage SBD > ? > C > WAV > EAC > CDR (2) > EAC > WAV > FLACTaped by unknownTransferred by Tom Shyman
Nick Gravenites & John Cipollina
Nick Gravenites : vocals, acoustic guitar
John Cipollina : guitar
Norton Buffalo : harmonica (some tracks)
-This short sweet show is the only show I am aware of by Gravenites and Cipollina that is acoustic based.
-There is very small spaces (about 1/2 a second) of silence between tracks. This is not the fault of TAO or bad burning.
It was on the source cassette used for this show, well before the onset of CDRs. I think these maybe DAT indexes, or perhaps someone back in time edited the show before circulation. We may never know the answer, but really the problem is very insignifiant.. you might not even notice it.
-Special thanks to John Chapman for the source CDR!
-Remember to share, trade, and enjoy...and NEVER FOR SALE!
Any questions, comments and problems, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
November 3, 2012
One of the best studies of Cip's playing style available. Great songs as well.
March 29, 2010
Thank you very much, Mos. That's some GREAT news!
March 14, 2010
Other copy posted - better quality
Check the other copy; known lineage - lowest available generation. This is a great set. Thanks.
February 23, 2009
First time I've heard Gravenites and Cipollina together, as a long time Cipollina fan its great to be able to hear his playing so clearly, Gravenites is a revelation to me!!!!
December 1, 2007
what a jewel. acoustic thunder and lightning, a whole new take on what i love most. cipollina's guitar playing is what always brought me to the shows, and here you can really listen to him and his unique technique. i'm loving this!!!
this is what makes the archive so important. Oh...and norton buffalo too